Reminiscing about It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia episodes via "The Gang Recycles Their Trash"

Now that Season 8 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has come to Netflix, we’re getting caught up with the gang, particularly with the episode "The Gang Recycles Their Trash," which sorta recycles some old story lines. It’s like a clip show without the clips.

This, of course, got me motivated to seek out some It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia clip collections, of which I found two by the YouTube user Dylan95P, which go a lil something like dis:

Here are of my favorite quotes from part 1:
"Hey, check this out…"
Unexpected violence!

"Surprise, bitch!"
MORE unexpected violence!

"I’m ready, let me eat her babies!"

Mike Tyson style!

"Day man… ah, ah ah!"

A classic in it’s infancy.

"Wildcard, bitches! Yee-ha!"

Because sometimes, you have to trick your friends into getting into a van that has no brakes.

And here are some of my favorite quotes from part 2:
"Dude, do you have a bonner right now?"

and when you follow that up with, "Don’t ruin this for me," you get sheer poetry.

"Day man! Ah ah ah! Fighter of the night man! Ah ah ah! Champion of the sun! Your master of karate and friendship for everyone!"

Simply genius.

"Milk steak."

It’s what’s for dinner.

"I’m a full on rapist."

An old joke but magnified into immortality with impeccable delivery and the list that follows.

"Are you taking me seriously?!?"

Because what else can a man in a body suit ask a man in a mascot costume?

"Maybe a little bit more bush."

That’s appropriate in any context.

"I dropped my monster condom for my magnum dong."

That happens to everybody, I’m sure.

"… and how bout dem apples and all that Gordon Wood business?!?"

Exactly what I expected someone to say when they’re covered in glow paint at a black light party.

"Under the boardwalk is a magical place."

If we didn’t know that before, we certainly learned that after this scene.

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